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Basketball season is over, and for the Wenatchee Bighorns - who just completed their first season – it's a time to consider how things went:

That's Bighorns owner, and Chief Executive Officer Anthony Williams. And to hear Williams say it, looks like everyone involved with the franchise came away happy with how things turned out, from the Town Toyota Center . . .

Williams says one of the successes of the franchise were the fans, and not just in the seats:

And he says the area rubbed off on the players:

The Bighorns are not a “one and done;” they're getting ready to sell tickets for next season and find sponsors, so it looks like big things are in store . . . and not only for next season. We'll explore that in a future report.

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